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Tale of Two Spies

By Richard Edgemon
Published Sep 10, 2018

We're back and we're reading - everything from the "New York Times" to the "Wall Street Journal." We're trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace of politics and policy. Today, we've got Russian spies,...

PolitiTalk: Mueller’s job security, Russia investigation update, Mike Pompeo

By Michael Rogers
Published May 1, 2018
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's job security and a Russia investigation update, Mike Pompeo to Secretary of State and the upcoming summit between President Trump and Kim Jung-Un all on the season finale of Polititalk, with guest Dr. James Riddlesperger.

Opinion: Why Beto O’Rourke’s campaign will end like Hillary Clinton’s

By Molly Jenkins
Published Apr 24, 2018
Beto O'Rourke may mobilize a few more Democrat voters than normal for Texas, but that doesn't mean he will win.

Opinion: Trumpism is taking over the Republican Party, that’s bad for America

By Jean-Paul Dubos
Published Apr 23, 2018
To succeed in governing one needs to learn how to disagree without being disagreeable and in a large and diverse society that isn’t always easy. But Trumpism, at its core, cannot do this.

TCU student lobbies Texas congressional delegation for foreign aid

By Paige Megyesi
Published Apr 23, 2018

Poverty can be overwhelming to think about, but one TCU student is determined to be an advocate for those who don't have a voice. Jamie Laubach is a full-time student at TCU, mother of three-year-old...

Breakdown: what the arsenals of the world are packing

By Betsy Foresman
Published Apr 23, 2018
A look into the type and scope of firepower from some of the world's biggest players.

U.S. and European allies target Syrian chemical weapons production with airstrike

By Betsy Foresman
Published Apr 23, 2018
U.S., French and British forces launched 105 missiles at three chemical weapons targets in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack.

PolitiTalk: Troops to the border, trade disputes, Amazon

By Michael Rogers
Published Apr 6, 2018

Troops on the border, the president's ongoing lawsuit with an adult film star, Amazon, and escalating trade disputes with China on this week's episode of Polititalk with guests, Brandon Wayman and James...

Opinion: John Bolton: The bomb thrower

By Jean-Paul Dubos
Published Apr 6, 2018
Regardless of your policy positions, his unprofessionalism and conduct is unacceptable behavior for any American official and is an insult to the well-qualified men and women who tirelessly work to keep our nation secure.

March for Our Lives calls for gun reform in America

By Betsy Foresman
Published Mar 27, 2018

[wzslider autoplay="true"] Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators flooded the streets of the nation’s capital Saturday in support of the youth-led gun reform movement. The March for Our Lives called...

Opinion: Tariffs are a bad idea

By Hank Fitzgerald
Published Mar 27, 2018
This talk of tariffs, trade balances, and trade wars is misguided and dangerous. Someone has to stand up to the President on this disastrous policy before it’s too late.

Opinion: In spite of negotiations, containment should stay first priority

By Jean-Paul Dubos
Published Mar 23, 2018
North Korea is now a nuclear power and once a nation crosses that threshold, they have no incentive to return. The United States must accept that.